Pot roast with veggies and a bubbly fruit crumble for dessert sounds typical for Sunday supper when there’s more time to spend in the kitchen, but this meal doesn't take that much time at all.
Load these cookies up with as many good things as you can manage. Let the kids choose their favourite dried fruit, nuts and seeds plus, oh yeah, the chocolate chips.
These dense, fudgy brownies are spiked with maple, making them irresistable - and a little more Canadian. Go Canada!!
Ditch the deep fryer and try a healthy, easy version of this family favourite, ready in less than 30 minutes – dessert included.
Maple is the star of the show in this simple yet elegant dessert; it showcases maple deliciously. If you have a source for maple sugar, try sprinkling it on top in place of regular sugar.
This recipe comes from Montreal food blogger Aimée Wimbush-Bourque of the award-winning blog Simple Bites. It’s a simple yet stunning way to serve granola for breakfast; perfect for a celebratory brunch.
National Cupcake Day™ will help the Calgary Humane Society and shelters across Canada give a surrendered animal a new forever home; rescue a neglected or abused animal and give it a second chance at a new life; and provide emergency surgery to injured animals.
These molasses-ginger crinkles will satisfy your craving for something sweet and chewy while making your house smell wonderful.
This is a great alternative for the traditional birthday cake, or makes an ideal snack.
These no-bake squares made from crumbled blue cheese, melted chocolate and sticky dates are deliciously different when it comes to party nibbles.